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Connections are Different than Relationships

Alchemy of Change

Secret Handshake One way you might think about the difference between a connection and a relationship is to picture it like network mappers do.

C3: a new approach to Collaborative Project Management

The Bumble Bee

For each of these groups you need to establish their: • Power (High, Medium or Low) - their leverage over your goal and 3 required outcomes.

Web Oriented Architecture and SOA: Different Acronyms, Same Things

Green Chameleon

Dave and I talked about the rise of WOA, and we both agreed that WOA and SOA have more in common than they are different. “SOA is boring, takes forever …no one ever seems to move the ball too far forward in the world of SOA… A lot of the service orchestration and successes in leveraging services. Podcast link here.).

What Difference A Year Doesn't Make: Lotus Connections & SharePoint

Collaborative Thinking

social computing as a solution that augments traditional collaboration and content tools0 - then IBM has a disruptive leverage point to exploit. The primary difference between a Gateway and Enhancement approach is that the Gateway's focus is primarily on attaining some level of interoperability with SharePoint. How might this be done?

Different knowledge, same *

Engineers without Fears

It talks about the impact of the use of different knowledge resources by consulting sales teams. A lot of it rings true. observed proposal teams working under tight deadlines rip off leverage previous proposal documents. James D talks about this paper from this paper from Haas & Hansen. quality km

Activity Streams: Moving Beyond Event Aggregation

Collaborative Thinking

FriendFeed harvests information from a variety of sources (music, photos, status messages), forcing the company to develop/maintain custom integrations for many different publishers and slowing down the ability to add new publishers. Rather than publish a short list, I wanted to take some time to explore each trend in more depth. effort.

Two teachers

Ken Carroll

The lesson becomes a conversation between two practitioners with different  expertise, working to solve one problem. Learning needs a context.

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Blog>> Trends in Knowledge Management

Green Chameleon

McKinsey Quarterly article on knowledge workers’ productivity suggest to overcome contextual barriers by rotating employees across teams and divisions; this allows specialists in different areas to learn about one another’s work. Traditionally, KM was more often than not a top-down driven approach. Semantics. Enterprise 2.0.

Theorizing On Network Ties & Structures

Collaborative Thinking

The idea that team and community relations occur in a network context is important to note since we often treat them as "different" (that teams and communities are not social networks) when instead, networks underpin teams and communities. used to think along those same lines (that social networks and organizational hierarchy were different).

Twitter for organisations

Joitske Hulsebosch

There are three different options: an organisation account (eg. How to leverage employee accounts? How to use twitter as an organisation?

Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

The idea is to become comfortable with the purpose of a Review and leverage prior work done on the annotated bibliography  completed earlier.

2011 75

Social media training on Foursquare Google Plus Pinterest Facebook Training for June and July 2012

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

What is the difference between the Facebook Business Page and a Google Business Page? Google Plus Business Page training and computer workshop.

2012 111

Enterprise 2.0: A Transition From Destination Site To Platform Services

Collaborative Thinking

The secondary and tertiary impacts of a social network site selected as a stand-alone destination are much different than the criteria and discussions that might have occurred when thinking of that social platform as part of your core infrastructure. This first post concerns Enterprise 2.0 Detail : In general, the first wave of Enterprise 2.0

2011 49

Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

If activity streams are leveraged, is posting a question into a stream cluttered with lots of other items vying for attention the right approach? If so, we can then define a notification process and ping those individuals and groups through different alerting options? John summarized the work and results of the study. E2.0). .

2012 61

Learning While Building eLearning: Part 3 – Facilitating Online

Full Circle Associates

Another take away is the real leverage of technology. This one focuses on the facilitation aspects of the course! And about engagement.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Call For Papers Community, Voting Process

Collaborative Thinking

There are interesting areas of how the combination of participation and tools enable employees to establish an identity different than the one assigned to them by the enterprise, and take on social roles (wiki gardener, idea person, answer person, expert) that augment formal structures used to identify talent. For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0

Connectedness – The New Differentiator

Governance in a Networked World

High performing individuals are exactly that because they are able to get things done faster by leveraging their connections to access resources.

2013 50

Forrester: Mobile Apps Will Change the IT Market and Drive Software Innovation

Portals and KM

This second wave of innovation will leverage cloud-based services. Fourth, a range of different revenue models will emerge. Forrester has issued a new report, Mobile App Internet Recasts The Software And Services Landscape: App Innovation On Phones Will Spread To Cars, Appliances And Entertainment by John C. McCarthy. Apple has over.

2015 40

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Future of Social Business – Rest of the Story

Portals and KM

They are also doing things to leverage the social network. He showed us a dashboard with different possibilities and connections. 

2011 56

Growing the Tilburg urban farming community map

Making CommunitySense

Kumu gives you the tools to track, visualize, and leverage relationships to overcome your toughest obstacles. On the map, you can define different perspectives , in which Kumu only shows those elements and connections which interest you at that moment. Introduction: The Tilburg Urban Farming Community. The tool: Kumu. Persons.

2015 43

Visions of Business Ecosystems

Partnering Resources

In this post, we’ll look at a few different ways organizations depict and understand their business ecosystems. Incredible complexity. Adapt.

2013 48

Sharing our inspiration from the Learning Technologies conference with links to all our liveblogs

Joitske Hulsebosch

In this blogpost we compile some reflections and provide links to all our liveblogs, so that you may choose which ones to read. Is that typical Dutch?

2015 21

Learning While Building eLearning: #4 Lessons from the Pilot

Full Circle Associates

We have so many different units. Then she started talking about her very different needs and experiences. That has to go flawless.

2016 25

Deb Lavoy on Promoting the Purpose Driven Organization and Designing the Collaborative Enterprise

Portals and KM

She notes that, ”in a purpose driven organization, every conversation, every meeting is infused with “how do we get better at making this important difference” The company is creating value faster than its taking it out of the market. could not agree more. People are much more than machines and it is time to leave Fred Taylor behind. 

Social Media Club of Boston 5th Anniversary Celebration: The Evolution of Social Business

Portals and KM

The discussion now is how to leverage the network of people. Their stores are quite different by location. question: How do you accommodate different cultures in social media?    Alistair said they are seeing more common behavior rather than differences and they have been studying this a lot. Measure outcomes.

Boston E20 Notes: Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects

Portals and KM

This session examines key social networking building blocks and how design practices should accommodate multiple networking strategies as employees seek to mobilize their connections to satisfy different work and professional needs. I am pleased to be back for my sixth Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. There will be more to follow.

2012 42

Some lessons about capacity building in social media for development organisations in the South

Joitske Hulsebosch

What would I do differently if I had to do it again? together with Josien Kapma and Sibrenne Wagenaar. Or at least affinity.

2011 58

Boston E20 Notes: The Post-2.0 Era: Social in the Context of My Work

Portals and KM

Focus on the individual, leverage familiarity, acknowledge constraints such as security, policy, budget. You can search on different dimensions such as people, communities, as well as content.  But it requires a different IT. I am pleased to be back for my sixth Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. was introduced in 2006.

2012 30

Breaking down silos, what does that mean? | @Greg2dot0's Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Lastly, breaking down silos enables expertise to be leveraged across the entire enterprise. @Greg2dot0's Blog. …this I believe.

2012 38

Viewing Activities in IBM Connections as a Kanban Board

Michael Sampson - Currents

Working together on projects and leveraging Social Tools is a very powerful way of getting stuff done. Sometimes users want to look at things in a slightly different way or organise the Activity slightly differently. “ We love Activities in Connections. They are awesome! However some Activities can get BIG!

2014 19

Clearing the ground to claim Big Society for ourselves

Social Reporter

We need to unpack the bag, re-assemble the pieces, claim them for ourselves, and stick on some different labels. My  contact readily agreed to use mainstream media leverage to help this bottom-up process. They are just in the wrong ownership. It is an open forum, that may evolve into a network and enterprise. How might that be done?

2011 40

Blog>> Videos on KM in Law Firms

Green Chameleon

Our friends at eClerx Services in India have been busy building their short KM videos library, this time focusing on KM in law firms, in a series of short Q&A clips with Ginevra Saylor, head of KM at Denton’s.

Enabling Participation: More Art Than Science

Collaborative Thinking

Top-Down : In some organizations, there is a cultural deference to management. A top-down approach enables project teams to leverage management as champions. The difference between a bottom-up and viral approach (to me at least) is that bottom-up is a designed intent. initiatives. the value of participation). High-Level Bootstrapping.

Enterprise Collaboration Requires Critical New Skills

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Collaboration is a different model. An age where we are learning so fast that there is no meaningful difference between learning and acting. We know that differing perspectives, give and take, mutual analysis and common understanding leads to better, faster learning — which means better, faster outcomes. Or not.

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Extending the Four Fold practice of the Art of Hosting

Chris Corrigan

And Beyond the Basics is very much rooted in the Art of Hosting. And in that moment the decades long inquiry that is the Art of Hosting was born.

Thinking about the Big Shift and the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The first wave sets up the foundations, leveraging the digital infrastructure and where appropriate the significant shifts in public policy that have eroded barriers to entry, participation and movement in most arenas. Skip to content. confused of calcutta. blog about information. About me. About this blog. Disclaimer. Kernel. Sitemap. By JP.

2012 31

Understanding Users of Social Networks — HBS Working Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Women and men use these sites differently. Piskorski has also found deep gender differences in the use of sites. last summer. MySpace?

The village as a venue

Chris Corrigan

this is an almost archetypal journey, and it marks a thresh hold to a different experience. How’s this for a conference centre?

Getting The Content Advantage 1: Show Up

Ken Carroll

You’re showing how you're different , how you create value , where you are unique. It has no leverage. SEEING THE DIFFERENCE.

The ‘Sisterhood’ Goes Missing at Board Level

Governance in a Networked World

From network science, this is a high leverage position to be in. Board diversity has been a hot topic in the corporate world for some time now.